"You'll Never Find Me (Detective Rhiannon McVee Crime Mystery) (Volume 3)"

By Melissa Pouliot

A teenage runaway... Sydney teen Keely Johnson went missing in 1988. Five years on, with her family ripped apart by the grief of her disappearance, her younger sister Ashley remains determined to never give up hope of finding her. An unsolved disappearance... From the outside looking in, Clive and Ayala Philips were living a privileged and happy life, flitting between their outback NSW property and their city and overseas luxury apartments. But after Ayala disappears without a trace and the mystery unravels, it appears their lives were not so perfect after all. A murder confession without a body... Bourke teenager Sarah-Jayne Hart goes for a late afternoon walk but doesn’t come home. It doesn’t take long for police to find their suspect and he is quick to confess to her murder. But what has he done with her body? Did he really kill her or is she still out there somewhere? A body buried in the bush... Who is the mystery woman buried west of nowhere, with the random clue s.k.y. which nobody can connect? A young female detective... Detective Rhiannon McVee has left the bright lights of Sydney to be closer to the cowboy of her dreams, Mac, and the vast outback that is her home. But her missing persons cases keep dragging her back to the city streets and away from her true loves. While she continues searching desperately for all those who are lost, will Mac wait for her?

Book Details

  • Author: 184
  • Paperback: 296 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication Date: 2016-07-21
  • ISBN: 978-1-5346-7009-9
  • ASIN: 1534670092
  • https://www.amazon.com/Youll-Never-Detective-Rhiannon-Mystery/dp/1534670092%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAJSICEMK4J4DZLMRA%26tag%3Dwritersfsc-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D1534670092

Price: $30.00

About the author: Melissa Pouliot

Tathra NSW

Melissa Pouliot, described by one of her children as a book writing machine, likes to think of herself as a word artist. Write About Me is Melissa’s debut fiction novel and a #1 Amazon bestseller. In 2014 she released the first in the Detective Rhiannon McVee Crime Mystery Series FIND ME. A year later she released WHEN YOU FIND ME then YOU’LL NEVER FIND ME and soon... FOUND.

Her local newspaper published her first story Santa’s Elf when she was eight years old. Her early childhood stories about princesses, fairies and goblins, inspired by authors such as Enid Blyton and May Gibbs, evolved to teenage soap operas influenced by Sweet Valley High and the crime mysteries of Trixie Beldon.

While studying a Commerce university degree, she wrote her first unpublished piece for friends and family based on when she worked as a governess in outback Queensland. After an epiphany on a train to Sydney, she changed her university studies from numbers to words and enrolled in a Journalism degree. She returned to the harsh outback Queensland heat for her first newspaper job before moving south to the flat, arid landscape of Western Victoria to work in the busy newsroom of a tri-weekly paper.

When her first child was six months old she started her own media company, the first of its type in Western Victoria. Through her journalism career and her own business, she has written stories on just about every topic.

Her stories about people are widely recognised as her true heart and she has published several non-fiction books.

Melissa’s writing is inspired by the disappearance of her cousin Ursula Barwick in 1987. She is the only Australian author who is a family member of a missing person tackling the complexities of missing through fiction. As a result of her books, detectives have formed Taskforce Hemingway to investigate the circumstances surrounding Ursula’s disappearance.

Through her fiction writing she has become a strong advocate for missing people around the world, and is the founder of Picnic for Missing. In 2015 the Daniel Morcombe Foundation appointed Melissa as a Day for Daniel 2015 Ambassador, a role which continues today.

She was also the guest speaker at the official launch of the 2015 National Missing Persons Week at Customs House in Sydney, organised by the AFP National Missing Persons Coordination Centre.

Events run by Melissa Pouliot

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Melissa Pouliot

15th July 2017, 1pm - 3:30pm @ Club Sapphire, Merimbula